Vestas wins renewed service contract for 150-MW California wind farm

The 150-MW Mustang Hills project, owned by EverPower, has been under Vestas’ service since commissioned. With a new 15-year extension, the project will remain under Vestas’ service until 2032.

The renewed service agreement is for 50, V90-3.0 MW at Mustang Hills wind farm in California, and adds to Vestas’ market-leading 73 GW of turbines under service.

The service agreement is a full-scope service package designed to maximize uptime, performance, and energy production for the 50, V90-3.0 MW in California.

“EverPower looks forward to continuing our relationship with Vestas through this 15-year full service agreement,” said Andrew Golembeski, COO. “The extended agreement ensures stability of operating costs and comfort that our asset will be serviced and maintained to the highest standards.”

The long-term extension renews the service agreement to cover the expected 20-year operational life of the project, ensuring maximum return on Everpower’s investment.

“We have worked to ensure optimal performance of the Mustang Hills project since its commissioning, and EverPower’s decision to extend the service contract for another 15 years underlines our ability to provide strong returns through our service offerings,” said Chris Brown, President of Vestas’ sales and service division in the U.S and Canada.

Vestas has more than 35 years of experience in installing and maintaining wind turbines and currently has more than 73 GW of wind turbines under long-term service agreements globally, including 24.5 GW in North America.

“We look forward to continue to optimize Mustang Hills’ performance and profitability for its entire lifetime,” added Brown.

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